Here’s a first look at Luxoft HALO, which is a robo-taxi that was developed in collaboration with LG Electronics, Amazon and Mapbox. It will make its official debut at CES 2020 from Jan. 7-10, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV. This mobility concept demonstrates how all consumers’ mobility needs can be seamlessly integrated with their personal digital lifestyle. This vehicle has no dashboard, just a massive LG display running webOS Auto. This operating system incorporates all essential components such as multimedia processing, multi-display control, connectivity, security, offering improved comfort and convenience to passengers. Read more for another picture and additional information.
There’s also Alexa Auto integration that can be used to help you play music, get directions, place calls, listen to audiobooks, control your smart home, and more, all with just your voice. Plus, you get Mapbox, a live location data platform powering maps and navigation experiences for mobile, web, gaming, and automotive.
Together with our key partners, we can now deliver a complete, highly personalized and intelligent in-vehicle consumer-grade experience, powered by webOS Auto, the platform for shared and intelligent mobility. It’s an open platform that delivers, with exceptional quality, an existing ecosystem of intelligent services and dynamic content — from in-vehicle infotainment to connected video streaming services and more — that is increasingly becoming an essential part of consumers‘ personal digital lifestyles,” said Vildan Hasanbegovic, director of partnerships and head of marketing at Luxoft Automotive.